Top 5 transfers of World football in 2017

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Internet Desk: Each passing year the World of football has seen some valuable transfers and some of them are very surprising too.  All the top clubs from England, Spain, Italy, France and Germany always looks forward to have some big and exiting players in the squad when the transfer window opens. The year 2017 is coming to an end and we already have seen some huge transfers in the ongoing season. Here we will discuss about five top transfers this year.

Neymar Jr

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Nobody had thought that 25-year-old Brazilian sensation will leave Barcelona to Paris saint Germany for 222 million Euros. He is widely regarded as the third best player in the world after Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo and he’s now the most expensive player too.

Kylian Mbappe

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This French forward played for Monaco last year moved to Paris Saint Germain for 108 million Euros. Mbappe scored 39 goals in total 81 matches in his footballing career so far.

Ousmane Dembele

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Another French forward is in this list as Ousmane Dembele went to Bercelona from German club Borussia Dortmund this year for 108 million Euros though he is yet to play a game for the club.

Romelu Lukaku

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This Belgium forward got transferred from Everton to Manchester United for 75 million Euros and scored ten goals in his twenty appearances for the Red Devils.

Wayne Rooney

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That was very shocking transfer for the Manchester United supporters as Rooney decided to wear Everton shirt again, but it was a home coming feeling for the former England international as he played earlier for Everton from 1996 to 2002. He scored ten goals so far in his seventeen appearances for the side.

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